The Arrow is soaring AND the Universe has been speaking to me through Pinterest lately, LOUDLY (this is another post). I have shared in a previous posts that for me I receive my messages, especially reinforcement and guidance, from The Universe in a number of different ways. I shared the in my last post I had been feeling very overwhelmed with a few things in my life. Very overwhelmed. I also shared that I had been mediating and praying and trying oh so very hard to let the universe work its serendipity and magic. That coming of last that I felt like and arrow being launched.
Today I am not sure if the arrow has landed or whether or not I am still soaring. In my letting go The Universe conspired to create an outcome to one of my situations that I could never have imagined. It is beautiful and amazing and staggering. So many pieces all came toghter in just a few moments yesterday morning. All of that heaviness and being overwhelmed I had shared all suddenly made perfect sense in the moments afterwards and today.
My other realization was that even though I had felt very alone at times through the last week or so, I was actually not alone. AND that’s where this quote and Pinterest come in. This quote popped up yesterday in my Pinterest feed and I immediately had the knowing that the parts of the last week have been a down pour. The downpour could not be stopped, nor was anyone even supposed to try to stop it. I realized is just how many people had walked in the down pour with me. At times the rain was so intense I could not see them, but they were there, they were walking with me. I know I am mixing my metaphors here, but what the heck … I do not know if the arrow has landed or if we are still soaring. I do not know if the rain has stopped, it is certainly more gentle, and I know I have company.
I love the quote that follows and have it on the wall of my home. Interesting enough even though I walk past this first thing in the morning and sometimes dozens of times a day I did not see it once last week … I should have and then I might have realized that those people walking with me in the rain, they were not just walking. They were dancing in the rain … and they were trying to get me to dance with them.